[E. L. Moore's Cract and Dentit Manufacturing Co.; J. R. Fisher collection]
E. L. Moore's Cract and Dentit Manufacturing Co. was the subject of The chair and desk factory that appeared int the December 1972 issue of Model Railroader.
Unlike the Cotton Waste Plant and the Village Grist Mill, this model uses Mr. Moore's classic technique of using embossed paper to simulate corrugated metal.
The model reminds me of the HOJPOJ factory. It's an odd amalgamation of different and interconnected building styles that have been put to use as a factory.
There's a brick building on the front that looks a lot like a courthouse with a more utilitarian, corrugated metal sided building on the back.
And there's all sorts of pipes, cyclones and a smokestack on the roof.
But, it looks like there's some real corrugated metal on the roof along with the embossed paper version.